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Understanding the Palestinian Issue (Part 3)

By Ugonna Emechebe

Many different Arabs from different countries came as migrant workers who even worked to help Jews built settlements on that land as far back as the early 1800s. Jews, Arabs, and other nationalities which include Kurds and Persians have lived on that same land side by side in different settlements for centuries.

Being An Actuary: Understanding The Unknown Business Profession (Part 3)

by Bunmi Ojo

In the last part of this series, the author provides answers to frequently asked questions as well as provide a career outlook on being an actuary.

Introduction to Food Biochemistry

By Olamide Adeleye

Food Biochemistry is concerned with the breakdown of food in the cell as a source of energy. Many biochemical reactions and their products are the basis of much of food science and technology. Food scientists must be interdisciplinary in their approaches to studying and solving problems that require the integration of several disciplines, such as physics, chemistry, biology and various social sciences

Being An Actuary: Understanding The Unknown Business Profession (Part 2)

By Olubunmi Ojo
With unbeatable analytical skills, they help organizations plan for the future and protect themselves from loss. By understanding the very nature of risk, they play a key role in the psychological, physical, and financial stability of society. With actuaries’ help, businesses can grow, retirees can invest with confidence, and people can enjoy peace of mind.

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